Love it or hate it, it’s hard to escape the power of Beyoncé right now. With the release of tickets for her UK tour proving that she’s just as popular across the pond as she is in the States, as well as the fact that she swept up at the 2023 Grammys, Bey fever is at an all-time high right now. Add the latest drop of adidas x IVY PARK to that list.

Now in its seventh generation, the adidas x IVY PARK collection offers up an experimental space for Beyoncé’s inclusive, bold designs to live. The latest collection, adidas x IVY PARK Park Trail comes with an interesting concept. 
 Park Trail is a destination you want to explore. Whether it’s scaling that summit you’ve been training for or exploring inwardly to reach your peaceful place, the Park Trail path is one worth taking.

Inspired by the rugged outdoors yet influenced by the spirit of the streets, adidas x IVY PARK Park Trail features chic, utilitarian, and unexpected elements combined in one unique package. Each style co-exists in harmony with the others in bold colors and prints.

The collection’s free spirit aims to inspire the wearer to go further, mentally and physically, facilitating the journey with confident, comfortable pieces that slot into the arena of modern sportswear.

Be sure to check out the typically dramatic lookbook above and shop the full adidas x IVY PARK collection below.

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